Check out the Jordan Family Education Center winter quarter classes, which start Jan. 15. For a complete class list, please visit the JFEC page.
- Available Resources:
- Counseling: Short term child-centered counseling for families of students enrolled in Jordan School District; Call for an Intake Assessment: 801-565-7442
- Lending Library: Over 1000 books to support family needs in a variety of areas (communication, marriage, stress, self-esteem)
- 6-week classes for parents, students (teens and elementary); 7-9 pm
- Adult Support Classes
- * Anger Management
- * Parenting classes
- * Supporting your child with anxiety
- * Supporting your child with ADHD
- * Supporting your child with autism
- Student Support Classes
- * Dealing with divorce
- * Living with anxiety/depression
- * Social skills for children with autism
- * Bullyproofing
- *Social Skills
- Educator Classes
- *Suicide Prevention
(fulfills half of USBE re-licensure requirement)
- *Suicide Prevention
- Additional Classes
- *Anger Management for students
- *Tobacco END (Ending Nicotine Dependence for Teens)
- *QPR: Question, Persuade, Refer
- * Safeguarding our Children and Teens
*Services provided by school psychologists, school psychology interns, counselors and social workers employed by Jordan School District.
When autism specialist Lucia Evans realized many of the special needs students at West Jordan Middle School had never been able to go on a field trip, she decided to do something about it. Ms. Evans wrote a donorschoose.com grant and was overwhelmed by the response. Sponsors came through in a way she never expected, all offering kindness and support for the students and their field trip. The community support made it possible for students in all three Special Education classrooms at West Jordan Middle to participate in a Christmas field trip to the Clark Planetarium. One student told Ms. Evans he was so excited about going, he didn’t sleep all night. Many wore their West Jordan Middle t-shirts with pride to show people how awesome the school is and others were simply in awe as they rode the bus on the freeway heading to their destination.
Ms. Evans says the amazement and excitement in the eyes of students touched teacher’s hearts making the field trip a day to remember for everyone involved.
Thanks to Ms. Evans and everyone who helped to make the fabulous field trip happen.
Every year students throughout Jordan School District go above and beyond raising money for charitable causes and families in need during the holiday season. They give of their time and talents to come up with creative ways to fundraise in the hope of contributing to their communities and bettering the lives of others.
We want to congratulate everyone who participated in school fundraisers over the holidays and thank them for making a difference with their hard work.
Here are fundraising totals from our high schools.
- Bingham High School
- Raised $55,648.79 for Principal’s Pantries
- Hours worked 6,050
- Copper Hills High School
- Raised $46,976.94 for families in need in the school’s community
- Herriman High School
- Raised $141,658.00 for Millie’s Princess Foundation and Principal’s Pantries
- Riverton High School
- Raised $195,856.19 for Shelter Kids
- West Jordan High School
- Raised $65,542.33 for the Angel’s Hands Foundation
GRAND TOTAL RAISED: $505,682.25
You are invited to a Community Wellness Meeting on Monday Jan. 7, 2019, 7 p.m. at the Bingham High School Media Center. This meeting will provide important information on suicide prevention, mental health & wellness, positive social connection and community resources.
The keynote speaker is David Kozlowski, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in suicide prevention. David obtained a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology from National University in San Diego. Since 1999, David had worked as a counselor, behavioral specialist mental health worker, and therapist in group homes, crisis treatment centers, psychiatric hospitals, drug addiction facilities and schools for severely emotionally disturbed kids and teens. David has his own private practice, is the Host of the Light The Fight podcast, and is the Executive Director of the Non-Profit Quit Trip’n.
Community partners include Primary Children’s, Intermountain Healthcare, UNI, Valley Behavioral Health, Hopeful Beginnings, Hope 4 Utah, Multicultural Counseling Center, Pivot Adventure Co. and various other private mental health providers and community agencies.